This Saturday is the next Crafting Community class at the Hudson River Museum. Would you like to learn to embroider? Or just have some company while you stitch? Maybe see some new artwork or a planetarium show? We’ll be remixing traditional embroidery samplers with modern rap lyrics, inspired by the new Frohawk Two Feathers exhibition. You can make our featured project, or bring your own needlework, knitting or crochet project. The class is free with admission and all materials are provided, including coffee and home-baked goods.
Since this Saturday is also Pi Day (3/14), I’ll bring a homemade pie for us to enjoy while we work. Do you have a great pie recipe? We’d be delighted to try it!
Even the staff couldn’t resist joining in this project.
Here’s my current stitch-in-process. I think it needs some flowers for flair.
Join us this Saturday, March 14th, from 2-4 PM, and mark your calendar for the upcoming classes on April 11th and May 9th.
Click on the “Classes” link in the navigation bar on top to see where and what I’ll be teaching next! I hope to see you there!